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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 23 years.
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Boots; female Liver&White Brittany - finished gun dog Brittany puppies from JackE & Joe in 2017Brittany pups due Feb 9, 2917. Exceptional foot hunter pupsBull; male Liver&White Brittany - finished gun dog.
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Submitted by: Ed in CA on Feb 22, 2017Hi Harold. I thought I would send a few pictures of my little girl, TAZZ. She is a spit of a dog, barely breaking 18 inches tall at her shoulder, but with an energy level I haven't seen in any of my previous brittanys. She is Biebel Brittany from a litter born 7-13-17 from Molly and Huck. We had her out a few months ago in the high desert in California hunting Chukar. The first picture is her on point, downwind about 100 feet from a covey of 3 Chukar behind a Greasewood bush (second picture). Different type of hunting from what her parents are used to. The dogs can put on 10 plus miles in a day. Thank God for quads. The next day she is so sore she walks stiff legged, that is until we fire up the quads. Then she is off to the races again. Razzmatazz is a good name for her, but Tasmanian Devil fits her energy level better. The last picture is from last weekend. Tazz received two qualifying scores for her Junior Hunter title. The second trial she received a perfect score of 10s. She is a great hunter and family dog. Hope to make it up to Baker MT to hunt with you next year.
Ed in Mission Viejo, CA
Submitted by: Creed in KY on Feb 15, 2017Griff has been great, we took him hunting 6 or 7 times this season, he is very energetic, hunts almost like a Pointer. I still have to keep him on the check cord because of how fast he is. He has had probably 10-15 points already, flushed up a few but he's learning very quickly. I have a buddy here in Bowling Green who has a 300 acre farm with multiple coveys, I'm not sure if they are wild or pen raised but either way it has been great practice for Griff and I.
Submitted by: Tom in Ohio on Feb 08, 2017Hi Harold, How are you. Baily is doing great. Lovable dog.
He has fit into the family like an old friend. he has a great nose and lots of spunk. I have been taking him out to places to pick up some sent today he was on the slack line at a local golf course and saw a couple of mallards in the water. He chased those birds right into the lake. I think he did not realize that the ground ran out and next thing you know he was swimming at them. He did not get spooked swam back to me and shook it off like a pro. Luckily it was 60 degrees but it did not phase him one bit.I have been trying to take him out a lot and introducing him to all kinds of different environments. He is not timid at all and has a strong game drive. I am just letting him explore and have fun.
Couple of things. I did not receive the paperwork for the AKC registration. I don't know if it was lost in the mail or if it got delivered to the wrong place. Can you resend it to me
Would you have some time to talk on the phone to give me some training advice? i want to start now making some goals probibily starting with obediance.
Also, i am constructing a pigeon coup. I plan on getting some homing pigeons to eventually get him on some birds. Thanks, Tom in Ohio.
Submitted by: Dan Sorenson on Feb 02, 2017Harold - just letting you know Jackson (Jack) is doing well and healthy as ever. He makes me smile every day with his energy, intelligence and loyalty. Thanks again. Ojvcs
Submitted by: Kathy S. on Jan 24, 2017For those of you who have recently lost your beloved dog and trying to figure out how to find another bundle of fur to love, this entry is for you.
I am going to start with my first contact with Harold Biebel. It was back in 2003. We had just lost our first Brittany, Buckshot Bandit, and we were devastated. We did not get him from Harold, but coincidentally, he was purchased from the same breeder Harold purchased his first Brittany from.
Somehow we needed to find a dog as good are our first, which I thought it would be impossible. Then I found Biebel Brittanys on the internet. I talked with Harold many, many, many, many times. He assured me he had the perfect dog for us - I was skeptical, I did not think it possible to fill such big shoes that Bucker left behind. Not only did we talk, we met at our airport as Harold happened to be in our town on business. I'm not sure if we interviewed him or he interviewed us, I think it was a little of both. At any rate, we all passed. Harold continued to talk with me until I was comfortable and certain we were on the right path. He never made me feel like I was bothering him or taking up too much of his time.
We proceeded forward with bringing 2 Tuff 2 Handle AKA Tuffie into our home. I was a bit nervous about bringing a two year old dog into the family, but in hindsight I didn't need to be.
Watch for future entries - I will share our entire history with Harold and Renee. The truly were and continue to be a blessing for us.
Submitted by: Brad in GA on Jan 19, 2017Hey Harold. His first time out Dec 27 just under 7 months old. BiebelBrittany JJ ran a lot of piss and vinegar out that day but in the end had two solid points! What a wonderful addition to the family. Thanks, Brad in GA.
Submitted by: Mark in Indiana on Jan 19, 2017Harold, finally got ahold of the go pro video of Rosie pointing a pheasant...
but it is not a very good video...can't really see her as she is pretty much the same
color as the cover. I can try to send it sometime.
Rosie is a joy to have...and Katie "Puppie Puppie" is in MN
and is going to be a great hunter...just like her Mom and Sis!
pastor mark in Indiana
Submitted by: Blake in Abilene Texas on Jan 16, 2017Hi Harold. I have been having a blast with LuLu down here in West Texas. She has been doing great! Learning to honor other points very quickly. Hope all is well in Bowling Green. Blake in TX.
Submitted by: Jeff in KY on Jan 03, 2017Merry Christmas to everyone! My BiebelBrittany (Remi) in her second season! Wow what a dog! I have worked in my golden this year too! What a team they make! Thanks a bunch for Remi. Jeff in KY.
Submitted by: Wayne in KY on Jan 02, 2017Harold. Peaches first hunt at elk ridge game farm in ohio...7 months old and just hammered them!! What a great pup. Thanks, Wayne.